Based on pre-clinical and clinical studies confirming the safety and efficacy of CBD.
Introducing AIMA: CBD Based Period Pain Relief
We work diligently to bring menstruator-tested CBD-infused products and pain management systems to relieve period pain safely and effectively.
Created by Menstruators for Menstruators
AIMA breaks menstrual pain taboos and gender medical bias by focusing on each menstruators’ individual pain and body, unquestionably, with respect.
Alleviate Your Pain. Try OVY Today.
OVY is AIMA’s first product in line to provide safe, effective, and localized pain relief, with dosages personalized based on pain and response level.
Your Questions Answered
Using a vaginal suppository allows faster and more localized release of the active ingredient which provides period relief exactly where you need it – in the reproductive tract. This way, the active ingredients can act quickly and directly on receptors that already exist in the reproductive organs without affecting the rest of your body.
Yes, OVY vaginal suppositories contain cannabidiol, or CBD. CBD has been shown in several studies to be a safe and promising ingredient for management of pain. Scan the QR Code on the product label to see our Certificate of Analysis.
You can use OVY as often as you need to relieve period discomfort. Unlike with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, there are no known adverse effects from regular use of vaginal CBD suppositories.
No - there is a big difference between pot (THC containing marijuana) and cannabidiol! The distinctive smell of pot does not come from the cannabidiol, which is the main compound used in OVY. The smell comes from the dried flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant, which are not used in this period relief product.
The answer to this will vary depending on your level of discomfort and dosage. Generally, vaginal suppositories are fast-acting because they dissolve within 10-15 minutes and are directly absorbed into the bloodstream in the area of insertion. Users may wish to insert another OVY after 6-8 hours.
Remove the suppository from the wrapper by pressing on the suppository from the back of the packaging and into the alu-film.
Wash your hands with soap and water and ensure your vaginal area is clean and dry. After removing the wrapper, use a clean finger to gently insert the suppository as far into the vaginal canal as it can comfortably go, just as you would a tampon.
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